Grosvenor adds Nick Croker and Corinne Sklavos to Melbourne team

04 January 2023 Consultancy.com.au 4 min. read
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Australian management consulting firm Grosvenor Performance Group has strengthened its team in Melbourne with Nick Croker and Corinne Sklavos.

Nick Croker joined Grosvenor following a brief stint with planning and design advisory Urbis, before which he served for two and a half years as an economist with the National Disability Insurance Agency. Across a varied career, Croker has also held positions as a teacher, an assistant sports scout and agent, and more recently as a senior policy advisor with the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator.

Most notably, in 2012 Croker founded RPV Analytics, a firm specialised in performance measurement in the sports scene for the evaluation of trade andrecruitment options. Operating the business for a decade, clients included the Fremantle Dockers, Gold Coast Suns, GWS and Geelong.

Nick Croker and Corinne - GPG

Grosvenor provides outstanding insight into complex challenges across government and industry. I love wrestling with this complexity and I look forward to being able to provide data-driven, evidence-based insights for our clients,” Croker stated of his appointment.

Corinne Sklavos meanwhile joined Grosvenor after a long career in healthcare, most recently as an advisor to Queensland Health. Prior to that, she spent thirteen and a half years with Sonic Healthcare, including as a clinical trials manager andsenior immunology scientist for Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology and latterly as a HLPC scientist in the company’s biochemistry and endocrinology department.

“I am extremely excited to join Grosvenor,” Sklavos stated. “Confident, outgoing and relationship-focused, I welcome collaboration in various environments, enjoy project management and being part of a team that drives results. I look forward tohelping organisations to deliver their best.”

Founded in 1996 and with a headcount of around 40 professionals across offices in Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, award-winning Grosvenor Performance Group focusses on three particular specialties; procurement advisory to public and private sector clients, property advisory to real estate groups andoccupiers, and government and public sector consulting.

The new hires follow the recent appointment of Stefan Gassner as the new managing director of the Canberra-headquartered firm.